Entries by QCGN Communications

Editorial: Changes are needed to improve life for anglos

We’ve long suspected that the teenagers and young adult children of anglophone and allophone Quebecers will soon be running much of Canada. But new evidence suggests that that same cohort is not diong so well within Quebec. […] A new ”consultation” with 300 young anglos conducted by the Quebec Community Groups Network has validated some […]

Les jeunes anglos réclament de meilleurs cours de français

La Presse, Martin Croteau Les jeunes anglophones du Québec veulent de meilleurs cours de français. C’est l’une des conclusions d’une conférence organisée, durant le week-end, pour contrer la saignée qui menace des dizaines de petites communautés en région. […] ”Il y a environ 200 000 anglophones dispersés dans les autres régions du Québec, et ces […]

Bilingualism burdens young anglos: report

The Montreal Gazette, Hubert BauchThe burden of bilingualism chafes on young anglos in Quebec. Many feel that even speaking both languages still leaves them second-class citizens. A consultation with 300 young anglophones from all parts of the province conducted by the Quebec Community Groups Network found most are eager to integrate with the francophone milieu, […]

Young people discuss young people challenges

The Sherbrooke Record A hundred English-speaking youth from across the province will meet this weekend at Concordia University to discuss the challenges facing young people in Quebec, review the findings of recent consultations held across the province and develop recommendations for the future of Quebec’s English-speaking communities. The GÉNÉRATION Youth Forum, organized by the Quebec […]

New web portal for English-speaking youth

The Low Down Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) recently announced that it is seeking submissions for a new web portal for English-speaking Quebec youth. The portal, developed in partnership with the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, is designed to provide English-speaking youth with an online forum and place to connect with others and share resources. The website […]

New online resource set up for Anglo youth: Information needed for empowerment

The Sherbrooke Record The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), a not-for-profit bringing together English language community organizations across the province, is seeking submissions for a new web-portal for English-speaking youth. The portal, developed in partnership with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, is designed to provide English-speaking youth with an online forum and a place to connect […]

The Roadmap for Canada’s linguistic duality 2008-2013 : A Promising Initiative for the English-speaking Communities of Quebec

MONTREAL – June 20, 2008 – Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), a not-for-profit organization bringing together 29 English language community organizations across Quebec, said today that following a preliminary review, it is pleased with the Government of Canada’s official language plan, Roadmap for Canada’s Linguistic Duality 2008-2013. English-speaking Quebecers are one of the two, national […]